Winter Workspace 2023: Open Studios
The Winter Workspace is a program that takes place over two, six-week sessions and provides artists with free studio space, a financial stipend, and access to Wave Hill’s living collection. Session Two takes place from February 20 to April 1, 2023, and the participating artists are Jill Cohen-Nuñez, Tusia Dabrowska, Rachel Frank, Peter Hoffmeister, Cinthya Santos Briones and Max Sarmiento. Since its start 14 years ago, the Workspace has supported more than 150 artists. During the Winter Workspace, artists have intimate access to the greenhouses, as well as horticultural and curatorial staff. Experimentation is encouraged and artists expand their practices while working on site. Artists also engage with Wave Hill visitors through Drop-In Sundays, Open Studios, as well as adult or family workshops. At the core of the Winter Workspace is the recognition that creating art within the context of a garden is a unique experience.
During this Open Studios event, meet the artists participating in Session Two of the Winter Workspace and see what they've been working on over the last six weeks. Visitors can learn about the artists' practice, sources and materials. Explore each artist studio, see new and in-process work inspired by Wave Hill and created on site, and meet other art-lovers.
This event is family-friendly, and we welcome visitors of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to attend. A Discovery Guide for families is available at the gallery desk, offering a fun way to engage with the artwork on view.
Registration encouraged but not required for this drop-in event; register online or by calling 718.549.3200 x251. Questions? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the telephone number and extension above.
Glyndor Gallery is wheelchair-accessible. There is an accessible, ground-level entrance at the front of the building with an elevator that provides access to the gallery level. The Sunroom Project Space can be accessed with an ADA-compliant ramp. The restroom on the gallery level is all-gender and ADA-compliant.